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, there are still many questions left unanswered. right now we want to take you live to boston where jennifer davis is standing by. jennifer, what can you tell us about what's happening now at the scene of the explosions? >> reporter: well, they are certainly sifting through every bit of evidence and that's where the details have come about the pressure cookers. they found shredded pieces of those kitchen devices that has given them a great idea of how the bombs were made. we've been getting details from the doctors at the office who gave those clues as well and said as we were seeing our patients as we were helping them through our surgeries we were finding this metal and the information is coming from different areas. there is the front but with over -- there's the investigation but with over 170 victims, there's help for them. some have had their legs amputated. there are two fronts as this town tries to recover from what happened here yesterday. >> certainly the investigation continues this morning. have -- we listened to the fbi press conference this morning where they really said no one is in
terrorists, but she said that the investigation is continuing. jennifer davis in boston, she's been covering the events there all week. some final thoughts from you, jennifer. >> reporter: well, rick, the white house said the president was personally involved in writing this speech, and his goal was twofold; both to come here and offer his condolences to the people of boston, but also to applaud their resolve. and on the streets of boston, certainly, we're seeing that as people come back out, head to work, walk their children to school, enjoy the beautiful parks. also all eyes remain on the fbi, waiting for word to see if they're getting closer to finding who was responsible. rick? rick: jennifer davis, thank you very much. please stay tuned to this fox station for continuing coverage of this story and all the day's breaking news. and, of course, anytime online at i'm rick folbaum in new york. thanks for joining us. ♪ o beautiful for -- [inaudible] ♪ ♪ >> this has been spins the we'll, lanz on shot of 151. >> off to a great start. >> how is that punishment? >> have you don
. . >>> reporter jennifer davis joins us live from boston with more on what is happening there, jennifer? >> reporter: we have a number of things developing and if we want to start with the investigation we know the fbi is taking the lead. we know there was a saudi there at the blast and while he is not being called a suspect, officials are talking to him. although officials say he is here on a student visa and it appears to be legitimate. they served a suburb yesterday and they were seen taking a number of things out of that house as well. there is no suspect, no motive and nobody has taken responsibility for this. >> before we let you go, is there a sense of norm i, i know -- normalcy? >> yes, we are watching a man pushing a stroller and there is certainly a lot of runners out this morning. i think the city is sat and subdued and there is an increased amount of security and bags are being searched and you will see everything from search teams to national guard members around town right now. >> reporter: there is an enormous area people can't get to. it is certainly not a normal day her
coverage for you, patti lee is in watertown, and we begin with jennifer davis, liver in boston where a shelt shelter in place was lifted 90 minutes ago. >> reporter: we are seeing more activity but this city still very much on edge. officials say they need a little bit more time as they continue to hunt for this suspect who they have not yet apprehended. police telling everyone to lock their doors and stay inside as a manhunt is underway for the suspect in the marathon bombing. >> asking people to shelter in place, in other words to stay indoors with their doors locked and not to open the door for anyone other than a properly identified law enforcement officer. >> the fbi releasing pictures of the suspects identified as brothers dzhokhar and tamerlan tsarnaev. they were spotted near a robbery where a police officer was shot to death and they carjacked a car and kept the driver briefly before letting him go, he died in a gun battle overnight and also a police officer injured. they are asking people to be patient. >> there is a lot of information. please be patient and work with you,
of a investigation. jennifer davis joins us live with the latest k. we start with the investigation, what is the latest we know with this person interest of? >> well, officials say they are pursuing a number of leads but people seem to be focusing the most attention on the person of interest identified as a saudi national. 20 or 21 years old at one of o local hospitals. someone said they saw himsaid running away from the blast scene. he was tackled by a civilian and police then took him into custody and have -- sorry they took him to the hospital and they have been talking to him. he is not officially in custodyc nor is he a suspect. we know that officials have also executed a search warrant at an apartment in a neighborhood outside of boston in an area called revere and they were seen bringing in a number of piecess of evidence in but that said at this point thee are saying they've no motive or s. nobody has taken responsibility for the bomb blasts. there was no additional chatter, intelligence chatter they hearde after the bombings but certainly they are going back over thehe l
bedside. reporter jennifer davis is live in boston with the very latest. jennifer. >> reporter: good evening to you. with this manhunt now over and the city no longer under siege it feels like things are getting back to normal, but for prosecutor and investigators a new chapter is just beginning. hundreds lined the streets and paid tribute to fallen-minute police officer scene collier who police say was killed by the bombing suspects. >> just blocks from the bombing site at the boston marathon finish line where three people were killed and more than 180 others injured a memorial honoring victims of the tragedy continues to grow. >> our soles are scarred, but we'll keep going. >> reporter: not far interest there at beth israel deacon necessary dzhokhar tsarnaev remains hospitalized and under guard. officials say the capture of the tsarnaev saved lives. >> they wanted to get more people. they wanted to kill more people from they were done. >> reporter: officials now trying to establish a motive for the bombings. >> a radical islamist is common in different parts of the world and it
this event and a lot remains to be discovered. >> jennifer davis reporting live we will have more on the investigation throughout the morning, thank you. >>> 5:27 is the time right now, a little girl, one of three people killed in two separate fires in san jose, what we are learning about the investigation. also, we will continue to follow the situation in boston this morning and the actions law enforcement agencies are taking here in the bay area. . >>> good morning, it is tuesday, april 16th, i am dave clark >> steve says it is going to be getting a little warmer? >> upper 30s and it's a little bit chilly and there is enough of a breeze hold -- breeze holding temperatures up although there is a system in the sierra nevada but we'll see 60s to very low 70s. >>> it looks good between walnut creek and oakland and we have been quiet so far and we had a stalled vehicle but nothing bad just yet, and it looks good as you drive out to the mcarthur maze. let's go back to the desk. >>> we want to continue our coverage of the situation in boston and in just one hour, the fbi will update th
and filled with bullet holes. jennifer davis is wrapping up the scene tonight. >> shep, city streets and asked walks and parks bustling. they are showing what it means to be boston strong . the latest word is that the suspect remain hospital in serious and stable condition still unable to communicate before the manhunt ended when he was discovered blood yehiding out in watertown. he has not been charged and we are waiting for more on the justice department on how they plan to proceed amid controversy and how they think it should proceed and still no word. at the same time crime scene in the marathon finish line and in wattwattcontinue to be processed for evidence and investigators are looking for a motive and better understanding of the brothers working alone or not and when they became radicalized. >>s thank you. >> and on this day in 1999 two senior necessary trench coats killed 12 students and a teacher the attackers were 17 year old eric harris and klebold. >> and the there another senior arrested in the high school after he threaten tod finish the job. school shootings have not
.  >>> three are dead and some 145e aread a injured. fox's jennifer davis is live in boston with the late ef. jennifer, let's for start offset the scene for us what it's likee there today. >> reporter: certainly it'sit's very quiet, somber. i think the city is shocked and saddened by everything thatythi happened here. this marathon is a right of a spring for them here somethinghg that is generally a very joyfull celebration and instead in justt seconds it was transformed intoo a chaotic scene of carnage of a lot of people are trying to wrap their brain around that. that there's two ways and two avenues that people are focusing on today. one of course, and the investigation and we do know knw that there's a saudi national, 20, 21 years old at one the local hospitals, no one is beinb called a suspect butspect but investigators are talking tong this person after a bystander at the blast site saw this personpe there and said he lookedlo suspicious and held him inin place, and alerted police.erted they are talking to him. to hi we also know that an apartmentap in a nearby police of revere wae se
's start with jennifer davis she is blocks from the scene in downtown boston. paint the picture for us this morning. >> good morning to you. it is quiet this morning. but it is a city very rattled still even after almost 24-hours since this had happened. there will be a lot different in the city today. businesses will be open but it will knotted be business as usual. folks in boston can expect tightened security. they can expect random bag checks if they are on public transportation. there is the fb vifshg gag -- f investigation underway as well. there's a saudi national about 20, 21 years old at one of the local hospitals and he is certainly someone that investigators are very closely talking to. an apartment in a nearby suburb 14 miles away has been checked by authorities overnight. they are following some leads. it is unclear if those two things are connected. the crime scene will be shut down not only today but perhaps many days. it could stretch a mile in one direction and 3 blocks apart in the heart of the city. on top of that we are dealing with all of the folks whose lives were
e is proposing that who whoever is responsible will be held accountable.acco in boston, jennifer davis, tonyn and sarah, back to you. >>> since security has heightened in a number of locations in a number of citiesi across the u.s. as a precautionc that includes the nation's natis capital. >> the city's emancipation day y parade will go on as scheduled.. melanie alnwick is live at freedom plaza with more on the e extra police presence, good pres morning melanie. >> reporter: good morning, tony and sarah, yes. freedom plaza right behind me is where the parade is going togoio wrap up, and there will be al ba street festival following the te parade. and yes, there's additional addi security here. a little wider perimeter, peri perhaps than they would have hae ordinarily had.had. notice that both security ask on display across the area from areas of the national airportnal all the way to the white house. the u.s. secret service has expanded its perimeter aroundmer the grounds of the white housete but we're told not because of any specific intelligence. inte and pennsylvania avenue s
details on the victims in the hospital. but first, let's go to jennifer davis, in downtown boston near the scene. jennifer? >> hi there. certainly it's not a typical morning here, although i have to say we do see a number of people out jogging in boston commons as if they want to make a statement that they are going to continue on here no matter what happened yesterday. still there is a sense of sadness and really a somber feeling that we're getting as we walk around, see a lot of the runners still in town. certainly a lot to deal with here. there is the investigation part of things and people are very closely keeping an eye on that search warrant that was executed and also wanting to know what will come from the discussions with the 20-year-old saudi national who was at the hospital. there was a lot of confusion yesterday about exactly what was going on in terms of not only the two blasts that did go off, but then how many other blasts were discovered, how many other bombs were discovered that did not detonate. about two, rather five. those details still remain very fluid. then, of co
metabolism diet. j. lo's nutritionist, jennifer's lopez's nutritionist is behind it and claims you can lose up to 20 pounds in four weeks following this plan. abc's linsey davis has more on the story. >> reporter: she's the brain behind some of hollywood's hottest bodies. ♪ la la la >> reporter: hoping to change j. lo's physique and sculpted l.l. cool j's ripped abs. haylie pomroy, also known as the celebrity nutritionist, created the fast metabolism diet, a program that tells dieters they can eat more food and at the same time lose more weight. >> this is really good. >> yeah. >> reporter: i caught up with haylie at the institute of culinary education where she schooled me on just how this diet works. what's this new diet all about? >> the therapeutic way to eat incredibly nutrition foods to enhance your metabolism so it's using food as a vehicle for weight loss. >> reporter: lelani rhodes tried the diet for herself and went from this to this all by eating more food. >> it was amazing. a life changer. i started in january and within 4 weeks i had lost 20 pounds. >> reporter: break it dow
of california, davis, down to another governor, governor kempthorn who served in the cabinet in the senate, and tony hernandez, president and head of the california community foundation. governor jennifer, and ambassador bob puddle ambassador to the united king tom as well as head of the personnel in the reagan administration in whose library we sit as we speak. first question from twitter already, and that is a question from ariana from simi valley, right in the neighborhood, and it is, how can young people contribute to government and politics in an uncertain future? if i could just elaborate that question ask you more directly. you're the president of a college, and you see the younger generation today, and at least our sense is that when you ask people if they want to serve, give back, they say yes, and they say i want to do good things, but they are more attracted to nonprofits and not as interested especially in running for office. is that your sense? what do you see in the younger generation? >> well, more broadly, it's a great question that was formulated, but i'm very on the misti
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